At approximately 7:58pm on Saturday, a resident returning to the historically important Westmoreland Terrace Condominiums became aware of some movement in the dark courtyard. According to an exclusive interview with the Ode Street Tribune, the resident claims to have seen a "bunnywabbit." That's not a species known to exist in this neighborhood or anywhere in the world. Under incisive questioning, the resident insisted, "I did, I did, I did see a bunnywabbit!"
A subsequent Tribune stakeout of the area resulted in a photograph of the animal. Because scientific databases provide no information on the bunnywabbit, it should be considered dangerous.
Always remain aware of your surroundings, especially when walking at night.
Please do not feed the rabbits Feeding the rabbits may seem harmless, but much of the food being provided to them by people will make them sick. Furthermore, feeding rabbits will prompt them to stop foraging and start to depend upon people to feed them every day. Do have pity for the poor rabbit. That poor rabbit faces many daily challenges to stay alive. There are many predators who prey on the rabbits. That poor rabbit also faces the danger of being hit by cars; chased and killed by off-leash dogs; and humans causing them deliberate harm. A couple of interesting facts about rabbits. Rabbits love to chew because their teeth are always growing. They do not discriminate on what they chew. When a rabbit senses danger the rabbit thumps the ground energetically with their hind legs to warning other rabbits of danger. Thus the rabbit in the picture must have been quite comfortable having a picture taken for publication in the Ode Street Tribune.
Thanks for the useful information. With their starvation-level wages, Tribune staffers have no food to spare for rabbits. Others with more lucrative jobs may be tempted.
Feed reporters, not rabbits!
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